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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points dropped behind a cold front. last evening and this morning
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60 in milwaukee and mid 50s inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today is another perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 clouds increase tonight with t'showers after 2am and lows in the light traffic on dry roads incident free tonight at 7:10 pirates versus the brewers tonight at miller park. expect congestion during the evening commute as well at around 9:30 tonight on 94 east and west through the stadium interchange. alternate routes are wisconsin ave and national ave to get around these slow go spots tonight 94 eastbound starting at moorland road to the zoo interchange a full closure on 94 from 11 tonight until 6 am tomorrow morning. alternate routes are blun shock among the local, catholic community after a nun with local ties is killed in mississippi. held was found murdered in her home.... along with a fellow nun. pete zervakis is live with more on how the community is mourning the loss. sister margaret held was part of the school sisters of st. francis here in milwaukee for
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area native... who taught at st. josephy catholic academy in kenosha for four years in the 1970's. as news spread that she and fellow sister paula merill were found dead in durant, mississippi... messages of sadness... and also appreciation... poured in. in a statement, st. joseph catholic academy called sister margaret a "beloved educator teachings of the catholic faith through her service for others." at sisters of st. francis... a spokesperson said the congregation will celebrate sister margaret's life at her funeral... and that the sisters will also pull together to celebrate the thousands of lives she touched. and archbishop jerome listecki said: "the perpetrator of the crime robbed not only the school sisters of st. francis, but also the entire church of a woman whose life was spent in service."
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and why the sisters were killed. there ?were signs of a break-in at the home. the nuns' vehicle was also missing. live...pz... tmj4 milwaukee police are trying to put the breaks on illegal street racing. some of the hotspots for races are hotspots for races are areas like bradley and calumet roads.residents say the racing is becoming a problem.harriet dubman has lived in her years. she's witnessed the racing first hand... and says the roads are no longer safe for her and her neighbors. i'm standing stillhave gotten used to it because it's so dominant now. but when i'm driving i drive the speed limit because it's a residential area. people are passing me like i'm standing still." if you if you witness any racing.... call the district four police station
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milwaukee police are investigating a string of armed robberies.they all seven happened in a three hour span yesterday morning on milwaukke's east side... in the river west area and north side.and in at least four of the armed robberies, the suspect was wearing some type of mask. police believe those four crimes are connected. now hiring. west allis police department is recruiting new officers. the department is reaching out to people without prior experience. the starting salary is roughly 50 thousand dollars a year.recruits do not need a college degree... instead just sixty college credits--- and graduate from the police academy. the brewers are honoring police tonight night at miller park.the opening ceremony will pay tribute to officers killed in the line of duty and recognize those still serving. the brewers will donate five dollars from each ticket to the memorial fund in support of the national law enforcement museum. every fan who goes to the game will
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smith, the man shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer nearly 2 weeks ago will start in about 6 hours.ann sterling is live in milwaukee with a look ahead. visitation starts at 10 this morning here at the christian faith fellowship church.the funeral will begin at noon. although we expect we expect family and friends to start gathering here in just a few hours. smith was killed on august 13th near 44th and auer.right now the state is still investigating the officer- involved deadly shooting.. authorities have said smith was fleeing police and that footage from 2 police body cameras shows smith holding a handgun and turning toward the officer when he was killed . that video has still not been released. hours after the shooting -- the riots and unrest started in the sherman park neighborhood . the rev. jesse jackson will
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will include representatives from many different faiths. a west allis man charged in connection with looting during violence in sherman park will be back in court next week for a bond hearing.rrell jones pleaded not guilty to charges he broke into clark's liquor store.video from outside the store shows jones with his hands up -- exiting through the broken window.two other men also face charges. join us tonight for a sp milwaukee. we're focusing on the healing in sherman park. you'll hear stories from those who call sherman park home... what happened that put the community in the national spotlight ... and how we move forward. that's tonight ... from 6-30 to 7-30. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--scam alert... what you need to know to keep your personal information safe. then -- the countdown is on.. why fans of pop icon prince
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computers later today. taking a live look outside... today on the morning blend - we'll chat with the host of pbs show - "pati's mexican table" pati hin-itchplus the latest fashions for falljoin
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after a rainy, warm and humid morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points dropped behind a cold front. last evening and this morning are beautiful with lows near 60 in milwaukee and mid 50s inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today is another perfect day wi humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 weather day. clouds increase tonight with scattered t'showers after
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a 57-year-old man is in the hospital this morning after a house explosion near madison last night.authorities there say three homes in fitchburg have major structural damage. twenty-three other homes have minor to moderate damage.both the american red cross and the salvation army are assisting. there's no exact word on what caused the blast. people in grant county are being warned about a possible phone scam.police say someone is calling residents saying their from dish network... offering a free upgrade. and if the customer doesn't of their channels. the idea is to get their personal information. if you get a call similar to these... don't fall for it... dish network does not make cold calls telling people they need to updgrade services. the countdown is underway for fans of the music icon prince. tickets to tour his paisley park estate go on sale starting at 2 this afternoon. it will be the first time fans get to see inside the mansion since prince died of an accidental overdose back in
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october. the great minnesota get together is underway... it's one of the biggest state fairs in the country. organizers say the fair attracts nearly one- point-eight million visitors through out the week. this year... there's hundreds of pokestops set up across the 3-hundred-20 acre fairgrounds. up next on live at daybreak on you need to know about the drug and its dangers.also-- starting early.. what a new study shows more parents are doing now to help their kids
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news beyond wisconsin hundreds
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morning in temporary shelters after 8 tornados ripped through their state. take a look at this video out of kokomo.the driver catches the tornado tearing through the city. no one was killed in the storms. however... thsands are still without power. in austin texas... more than 50 people are being treated after taking the synthetic marijuana drug "k-2"all of the cases were reported just in the last couple of days. the synthetic drug has been linked to elevated heart rate... hallucinations... and in extreme cases... even death. u-s olympic swimmer ryan lochte with falsely reporting a crime... after he claimed he was robbed at gunpoint. what really happened... he and three other swimmers "allegedly vandalized a gas station... and got caught by security guards. this is surveillance video from the incident. lochte will be summoned back to rio... according to officials.he can opt to send a lawyer instead. if convicted... the 32-year- old could face between one to six months in jail... or pay a
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this is too funny... check this out. after coming home from rio, great britain olympic athletes ran into trouble at the baggage claim.... because all 900 of their bags looked the same. team members posted their troubles on twitter.... it took them an extra four hours to figure out which bag belong to who. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a rainy, warm and humid morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points
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last evening and this morning are beautiful with lows near 60 in milwaukee and mid 50s inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today is another perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 weather day. clouds increase tonight 2am and lows in the mid 60s. saturday is cloudy and humid with highs near 80, but t'showers are likely on and off throughout the day. the rain tapers off late saturday evening, and overnight will be
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with just an isolated pop up shower with highs near 80. next week is a quiet week with just a few showers on monday and tuesday, otherwise highs
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light traffic on dry roads incident free tonight at 7:10 pirates versus the brewers tonight at miller park. expect congestion during the evening commute as well at around 9:30 tonight on 94 east and west interchange. alternate routes are wisconsin ave and national ave to get around these slow go spots tonight 94 eastbound starting at moorland road to the zoo interchange a full closure on 94 from 11 tonight until 6 am tomorrow morning. alternate routes are bluemound
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decision 2016.this mornin the war of words is heating up between donald trump and hillary clinton .... with each accusing t other of racism. tracie potts is live in washington this morning with the latest. tracie... ("cnn") super burned in(trump natsot, :01-:07)donald trump on cnn overnight, softening his immigration policy.... promising to policy.... promising to deport drug dealers first, and "work with" law-abiding undocumented immigrants.but it's what he's said about mexicans... muslims.. women and others that's got hillary clinton tying trump to hate groups: "these are racist ideas, race-baiting ideas, anti- muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-women, all key tenants making up the emerging racist ideology known as the
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"when democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument: you're racist, you're racist, you're racist."clinton... dogged by more emails... and official meetings with donors to her foundation. "hillary clinton's actions constitute all of the elements of a major criminal enterprise. you know it, the government knows it, and she knows it."clinton aruging trump's stra.. his ideas haven't: "we know who trump is. a few words on a teleprompter won't change that." (insert ends) (two second pause)audio outcue: tracie potts, nbc news, washington. neither neither candidate campaigns today. trump's doing some private events in nevada. i'm tracie potts in
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --tick-tock! the deadline to register for one sizzlin' contest is fast approaching.also-- an easy way to get your kids ready to go back to school all in one place.. for free!we'll tell you where that's happening
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looking ahead todaymilwaukee's health department is hosting a free back-to-school health fair today at south division high school.there will be free vision and dental vaccinations.the health fair runs from ten-to-threefree backpacks, school supplies and haircuts will also be offered. time is running out on your chance to be the best bacon eater in town. big-gig barbecue is hosting its first ever bacon eating contest and they have an open spot.it's september 4th at the summerfest grounds. the winner gets a hundred-dollar meijer gift card.you have to apply by noon today.find out how in the
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --police continue to investigate shootings on the city's west side.. pete zervakis will join us with an update.also-- governor scott walker set to make a big announcement later today.what he's promising to neighbors in sherman park... and who's paying for it. taking a live look outside...
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now at 6:30-- laid to rest. the family of sylville smith prepares to say goodbye... as the governor of wisconsin is in milwaukee with his checkbook open. what he's promising park. then -- the latest from italy following a deadly earthquake and a series of aftershocks. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak.it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter.
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morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points dropped behind a cold front. last evening and this morning are beautiful with lows near 60 in milwaukee and mid 50s inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 weather day. increase tonight with scattered t'showers after 2am and lows in the mid 60s. light traffic on dry roads incident free tonight at 7:10 pirates versus the brewers tonight at miller park. expect congestion during the evening commute as well at around 9:30 tonight on 94 east and west through the stadium interchange. alternate routes are wisconsin ave and national ave to get around these slow go spots tonight 94 eastbound starting at moorland road to the zoo interchange a full closure on 94 from 11 tonight
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alternate routes are bluemound and greenfield new information this morning on a gun-battle that played out on a busy street during the evening rush hour. it's the second shooting in that area this week... and this morning... police are still looking for some of the shooters. pete zervakis is live with details. according to police... injured by gunfire near 29th and wisconsin. that man - along with a 23-year old - were driving in the area just after 5:30 last night... when they got out of their car and started exchanging gunfire with a group of people just to the south -- near 29th and michigan. officers on patrol heard the gun shots... responded... and arrested the 23-year old in the car.again -
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recovered. but the second group of shooters got away. police are still looking for them... and investigating a possible motive. this was the second shooting on 29th street this week. on monday... shots rang out after a fight... and three people were hurt. live...pz... tmj4. steven avery's steven attorney has until monday to file new documents in his appeal. his attorney, kathleen zellner did not show up at the manitowoc courthouse thursday as expected.the chicago-based lawyer plans to request d-n-a evidence from the scene and offer an alternate theory of how teresa halbach died.avery and his nephew brendan dassey were both convicted in 2007 for the murder of freelance photographer teresa halbach. dassey's conviction was
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magistrate. another milwaukee family is planning to bury a toddler police say a 2-year-old was found unresponsive thursday at 13th and finn. we are told the child was being put down for a nap by his mom.officials say this is the ?third two- year-old to die in the city within the last ten days. the reverend jesse jackson will deliver the eulogy at sylville smith's funeral. he's the man shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer nearly 2 weeks agoann sterling is live with visitation starts at 10 this morning here at the christian faith fellowship church.the funeral will begin at noon. although we expect we expect family and friends to start gathering here in just a few hours. smith was killed on august 13th near 44th and auer.right now the state is still investigating the officer- involved deadly shooting..
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was fleeing police and that footage from 2 police body cameras shows smith holding a handgun and turning toward the officer when he was killed . that video has still not been released. hours after the shooting -- the riots and unrest started in the sherman park neighborhood . the rev. jesse jackson will deliver the eulogy at the funeral -- and we're told it will include representatives from many different faiths. happening today-governor scott walker set to make an important announcement regarding the state's economic and workforce development efforts for milwaukee.the goveor will be joined by cabinet secretaries, mayor tom barrett and county executive chris abele.the event starts at 8-30 this morning at the "help in re-employment" center on north 27th street. a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held later today to mark the opening of the new center
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between whitman middle school on the east side of the interstate and wauwatosa west high school and eisenhower grade school on the west side of the freeway. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--while donald trump and hillary clinton headline the ballot in november.. they're not the only options for wisconsin voters.then -- pokemon problems. why milwaukee county is taking action against the makers of the popular game... and the message the county executive issued to players. and taking a live look
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after a morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points dropped behind a cold front. last evening and this morning are beautiful with lows near
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inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today is another perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 weather day. clouds increase tonight with scattered t'showers after 2am and lows in the mid 60s. decision 2016.november is just around the corner... so the days are winding down decisions. for th presidential candidates... hillary clinton... and donald trump... the pedal is to floor as their journey reaches its final leg. but trouble could be brewing for hillary clinton ... a federal judge has ordered the state department to start delivering some of the emails uncovered by the f-b-i about the benghazi about the benghazi attack-- no later than september 13th.they'll have to be provided to the conservative legal watchdog group "judicial watch"...a the state department says it's possible it won't find any relevant documents.
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director is asking senate candidate russ feingold to say whether hillary clinton's actions as secretary of state were ethical.pete meachum made the request after feingold, who request after feingold, who is also a democrat, suggested clinton should take a look at shutting down her foundation if elected president.feingold is trying to recapture the senate seat he lost to senator ron johnson in 20-10 talk about a close one... after some last minute scrambling by minnesota republicans.... donald trump's name will be on november's state ballot.as of yesterday wasn't there.the state was still waiting on pledges just hours before last nights deadline to submit the candidates names. in wisconsin... voters will have seven presidential candidates to pick from in november.the ballot is headlined by hillary clinton and donald trump... but the list also includes libertarian candidate gary johnson and jill stein, the green party's nominee. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4splitting the tab.. how uber is helping
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price of friendship.. as we recognize national dog day.. we'll tell you how much your
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beyond wisconsin.... afterss morning... days after a deadly earthquake. the 4 point 7 magnitude tremor hampered rescuers' search for survivors. right now the death toll is at 2-hundred-67 people. 4-hundered others were injured.a state of emergency has been declared the regions impacted the earth quake. turkish authorities are trying to find the group responsible for setting off a car bomb that killed at least 11 people and injured 78. the militants attacked a police checkpoint overnight with a truck full of explosives.the blast comes two
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entered syria to help syrian rebels clear isis from a border town. packers extra - tonight we'll get our first and perhaps only look at aaron rodgers this preseason.rodgers expected to play tonight against the 49ers, but not much.rodgers sat out the previous two weeks the q-b says he'll play as long was coach mccarthy wants him to. you can watch all the action from tonight's game rig station ... today's tmj-4.kick off from san francisco is at 9 the pre-game starts at 7:30. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a rainy, warm and humid morning, yesterday afternoon was sunny, warm with highs in the lower 80s, and low humidity as the dew points
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are beautiful with lows near inland under a clear sky and a light breeze. today is another perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 70s...it is a top 10 weather day. clouds increase tonight with scattered t'showers after 2am and saturday is cloudy and humid with highs near 80, but t'showers are likely on and off throughout the day. the rain tapers off late saturday evening, and overnight will be damp with lows in the mid 60s. sunday will have more sunshine with just an isolated pop up
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next week is a quiet week with just a few showers on monday and tuesday, otherwise highs
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light traffic on dry roads light traffic light traffic dry roads incident free tonight at 7:10 pirates versus the brewers tonight at miller park. expect congestion during the evening commute as well at around 9:30 tonight on 94 east and west through the stadium interchange. alternate routes are wisconsin ave and national ave to get around these slow go spots tonight 94 eastbound starting at moorland road to the zoo interchange a full closure on 94 from 11 tonight until 6 am tomorrow morning. alternate routes are bluemound
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more local news. the makers of 'pokemon go' are facing some backlash here in milwaukee. ever since the popular app came out, lake park has been with problems.lake park is a prime spot to "catch them all" , but some neighbors told us: they are seeing more cigarette butts and candy wrappers.so, parks director john dargle sent a letter to the app's creator. "we're not trying to remove them, we want to play with them." "just to do a permit, allow us to know where the cache spots are."dargle wants niantic incorporared to get
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park. but some fear the company will comply -- by shutting off the game in lake park. pokemon players in the area... not real happy with this development. milwaukee county executive chris abele issued a special statement to them to try to smooth things over. in reads in part:"to be clear, simply playing po?mon go doesn't require a permit - that would be tentacruel to ask of people who are just trying to get outside and explore our parks .. we want more people to pika-choose them today and every day." saving allergy shot.. epi- pen... says it will make it more affordable.the company mylan created a firestorm when it raised the price of a standard two-pack of epi-pens from 100-dollars in 2009 to its current price at about 600- dollars.mylan now says it will provide instant saving cards worth 300-dollars to patients who face high out of pocket costs. the drug-maker also says it will offer more
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a pathway to sell its epi-pens directly to consumers. the cdc says illegally made fentanyl could be behind an increase in overdose deaths across the nation. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, since 2013, the rate at which the drug has been manufactured has increased significantly.the pain killer is often mixed into herion without users knowing what they're taking. between 2013 and 2014, the number of deaths associated with synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl has risen 79 percent. uber is driving down prices... possibly putting a dent in its competition. the ride hailing company is testing out a new flat rate of just 2 dollars if you share your ride with other people. if you want the car to yourself... it will cost a flat-rate of 7 dollars. it's part of a new program called uber plus being unveiled in a handful of cities. the deal is part of a monthly plan users
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it's national dog day today... and as you celebrate your four legged friend..but as your love for them grows... your bank account shrinks. if you do the math.... in the first year of owning a dog... you'll most likely spend more than 13 hundred bucks for a smaller pooch... and up to 18-hundred for a bigger a dog. after that... the annual costs can be between 5-hundred to 8- hundred dollars. still d daybreak-- a final check of your weather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you head out the door.including... the governor's big announcement and what it means for tax payers across the state. let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup....at 6:30 it's a special edition of the now milwaukee focusing on the healing in sherman park.then at 7:30 is our one-hour packers pre-game show with kickoff against the 49ers
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis... he's live at milwaukee police headquarters this morning... with new information about a milwaukee nun-- murdered in mississippi sister margaret held was part
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francis here in milwaukee for almost 50 years. she was an area native... who taught at st. josephy catholic academy in kenosha for four years in the 1970's. as news spread that she and fellow sister paula merill were found dead in durant, mississippi... messages of sadness... and also appreciation... poured in. in a statement, st. joseph catholic em margaret a "beloved educator, who truly exemplified the teachings of the catholic faith through her service for others." at sisters of st. francis... a spokesperson said the congregation celebrate sister margaret's life at her funeral... and that the sisters will also pull together to celebrate the thousands of lives she touched. and archbishop jerome listecki said: perpetrator of the crime only the school sisters of st. francis, but also the entire church of a woman whose life was spent in service." police are investigating how and why the sisters were killed. there ?were signs of a break-in at the home. the nuns' vehicle was also missing. live...pz... tmj4 family and friends of sylville smith will say their final goodbyes today. his funeral will begin at noon at the christian faith fellowship church more than 30 faith leaders have promised to be
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the eulogy. tonight the milwaukee brewers will host the fifth annual law enforcement appreciation night at miller park.the night is dedicated to those who honor the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officials. pre-game festivities outside the ball park begin at six.a special on-field ceremony will be held before the game which starts at 7:10. the space-x dragon spacecraft launched last month will depart from the international space station today.the commercial resupply mission successfully brought three- thousand hardware, and tools to the i-s-s.the dragon is scheduled to detach and return to earth with a splash-down near baja,
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going to extremes, both donald trump and hillary clinton now accusing each other of racism. trump doubling down. clinton launching a new trump to the kkk. >> running against donald trump at this point is really treason to your heritage. >> just how low can they go? ominous threat that powerful storm system looms in the atlantic. will it gain strength or weaken as it heads toward florida? tens of millions in its path, keeping a close eye on what it will do next. murder mystery, two nuns who dedicated their lives to helping others killed in their own home.

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